ORACLE Oculus Bi-LED Headlight Upgrade for the Jeep JL / JT

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Hey @ORACLElights I’ve sent two DMs over the last week and about to send a third. Looking forward to hearing back from you on the most recent two.
 

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Hey @ORACLElights I’ve sent two DMs over the last week and about to send a third. Looking forward to hearing back from you on the most recent two.
Apologies, they must have gotten buried. We'll look for them and reply today for you. Thanks for the patience and followup!
 

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Hello Oracle from Slidell. Are their going to be any specials for the upcoming Christmas season? I'm looking to get the Oculus Bi-LED and matching driving/fog lights. Look forward cohering from you.

Don
 

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Hello Oracle from Slidell. Are their going to be any specials for the upcoming Christmas season? I'm looking to get the Oculus Bi-LED and matching driving/fog lights. Look forward cohering from you.

Don
Hi neighbor! We will be having a BFCM sale as well as holiday sale in December. We have a special for locals right now...DM us if you'd be interested :)
 

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I returned the Kiwi Master lights and ordered the Oculas lights and installed today. They are wonderful.
I am trying to get the lights all lined up, can someone post a picture of yours.
I get the step ups from left to right but I thought I read that there should be only 1 step if done correctly. I am currently getting 2.
Either way, they are bad ass
 

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I returned the Kiwi Master lights and ordered the Oculas lights and installed today. They are wonderful.
I am trying to get the lights all lined up, can someone post a picture of yours.
I get the step ups from left to right but I thought I read that there should be only 1 step if done correctly. I am currently getting 2.
Either way, they are bad ass
I go with the "two step ups" on 4x4's because of the higher position of the lights (so level the right side of the left beam with the left side of the right beam). This allows you to have the left side of the beam pretty low to help out oncoming drivers and the right side up higher for more distance. On cars I level the right side of the right beam with the right side of the left beam (the "one step up" method).
 

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I go with the "two step ups" on 4x4's because of the higher position of the lights (so level the right side of the left beam with the left side of the right beam). This allows you to have the left side of the beam pretty low to help out oncoming drivers and the right side up higher for more distance. On cars I level the right side of the right beam with the right side of the left beam (the "one step up" method).
Thank you!
 

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Can anyone shed some light (pun intended) on which blacked-out taillight kit is compatible with factory LED package or what if any simple adjustments can be made to make a kit compatible?
 

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